I updated my iPhone to iOS 9 and I love the new font! It’s so clean and clear. Very readable.
A while back I signed up for Scribd because Dreamspinner Press had tons of titles there. Well, I guess they are being purged along with all the other romance being scrapped from Scribd’s library. So now I’m in a frantic mode trying to read as many of those expiring titles as I possibly can before they go away.
Agh. It looks like I may be canceling my subscription in the next month if all of those M/M titles disappear. Such a disappointment!
If you need to share your Mac desktop screen, you can easily do it through iMessage if you are on Yosemite. Check it out! You can even allow someone to take control. This will come in handy since my mother just got her first Mac, after many years on Windows.
I am loving its capabilities and what you can do with it, especially when combined with bootstrap. I’m a .NET developer so I am deeply entrenched in ASP.NET, so of course, I want to combine the two. I found a great talk that Miguel Castro did on how to merge Angular with ASP.NET MVC. It’s exactly what I want to accomplish.
But I’ve seen so many tutorials on Angular and it’s gotten me curious. What is the most common backend for sites built with Angular. If any developers out there happen to see this post, please comment. I want to know. PHP, Java, .NET Web API, or something else?